간호대학생의 임상실습 스트레스와 공감역량의 관계: 간호전문직관의 매개효과
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- Jun, Won Hee
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- 공감; 역량; 실습; 전문직관; 간호대학생
This study examined the mediating effects of nursing professionalism on the relationship between the stress of clinical practice and compassion competence in nursing students.
A correlational research design was used in this study. The participants were 120 nursing students recruited from three universities in South Korea. Data were collected using the self-reporting scales of stress of clinical practice, nursing professionalism, and compassion competence. Baron and Kenny's regression method and the Sobel test were used to analyze the mediating effects of nursing professionalism on the association between the stress of clinical practice and compassion competence.
The mean score for compassion competence was above average. Of the compassion competence domains, sensitivity and insights had the highest and lowest scores, respectively; there were significant mean differences in compassion competence scores according to their grade and level of satisfaction with nursing major. Compassion competence correlated negatively with the stress of clinical practice, whereas it correlated positively with nursing professionalism. In addition, nursing professionalism exerted full mediating effects on the relationship between the stress of clinical practice and compassion competence.
The results suggested that enhancing nursing professionalism could help promote compassion competence among nursing students who experience stress in clinical practice.
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